Ventured out today to inspect the blueberry crop. A few days ago, they were full of blooms.
Several nights of cold temps in 30’s and some frost – but always sun came up and warmed up early. So surely, they made it????
Sad to report just few blossoms survived. If these make it through tonight’s 30’s, we will have a few blueberries to pick in June.
This verse and song came to my mind:
Habakkuk 3:17-19 Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines,
though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food,
though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls,
18 yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior.
19 The Sovereign Lord is my strength;
Yes, the joy of the Lord is my strength. God keeps reminding me – JOY.
Bible study this am via Zoom with our BSB (Bible Study Buddies) gals, studying Philippians – theme JOY. Many shared about how they have found joy in life during our current situation of sheltering in place. Here are some –
- Appreciating nature
- Praise music
- Making a thankful list
So, I’m thankful:
- that my tulips are mostly standing and more to come hopefully.
- Sunshine and trees budding
- Few blueberry blossoms survived
- Got to visit with BSB gals today
- Warm house in this cold weather
- Internet to keep in touch with family and friends
- Neighbors being considerate in shopping for us
- House decluttering
That’s good for now – how about you make your thankful list and don’t forget to stay in touch with those who don’t have anyone in their shelter place. One of our BSB’s shared today about a lady from church calling her to check on her and other friend delivering groceries. What a blessing!
Along with Habakkuk scripture the song also comes to mind! You knew I’d have a song! So here is 70’s scripture song that comes to my mind.
Then found this where Don Moen reads the scripture but different song – but so good.
I will sing by Don Moen